reduce cost of mobile data

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I think, koodo should give mobile internet in cheaper rate. other mobile company has really cheaper rate and some company even provides unlimited internet. I would appreciate if koodo considers this matter.
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Yes Moody should prove that they are better, I have only seen koodo match competitors like Quebec or in Quebec with huge data. Koodo in Quebec had 5gb of data for 56 bucks come on Koodo lead the way in Alberta
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Yes Moody should prove that they are better, I have only seen koodo match competitors like Quebec or in Quebec with huge data. Koodo in Quebec had 5gb of data for 56 bucks come on Koodo lead the way in Alberta
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Yes Koodo should prove that they are better, I have only seen koodo match competitors like Quebec or in Quebec with huge data. Koodo in Quebec had 5gb of data for 56 bucks come on Koodo lead the way in Alberta
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Competition is good for the soul. Thank you Videotron in Quebec.

Keep in mind there is no free lunch for the consumer.

In highly competitive marketplaces, there can be new adventures in redefining the English language. Read the fine print in Boost Mobile's offering (USA):

http://www.boostmobile.com/shop/plans...

"Unlimited" means a quota of video at 3G, other data at 4G, after which you will be throttled down to 2G for the rest of the billing cycle. The quota is not insignificant, but they have to be able to police the angry mob at the buffet table somehow.

For some other providers, "unlimited surfing" is just that... downloading files and streaming will cost you extra or they will throttle you. And for many, no roaming outside your local coverage area.

At least with Koodo, data is data, and sometimes it's not fair to compare directly from one country to another.

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